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Translate Japanese audio to Mandarin

Our audio translator is perfect to turn any Japanese audio into text in Mandarin.

Rated 4.8/5 based on 450+ reviews
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Audio Formats

Below is the list of popular audio formats we support for translation.

How to translate Japanese audio to Mandarin?

  1. Upload your audio file. With our uploader, you can import your file from anywhere, whether it's on your laptop, Google Drive, Youtube, or Dropbox. The first 10 minutes are free and there's no file limit.
  2. Select "Japanese". We currently support translating from Japanese to English, Spanish, French, German, Mandarin, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Italian, Japanese, and Polish.
  3. Select "Transcription". To translate your audio, we first need to transcribe it.
  4. Choose "Machine generated" or "Human made". Our automatic transcription software is lightning fast and 85% accurate. With our human service, your file will be transcribed and proofread by an expert and native speaker and delivered with 99% accuracy.
  5. Receive your transcript. Our automatic transcription software will convert your file to text in just a few minutes (depending on the length of your file). If you choose our human service, your transcript will be ready within 24 hours.
  6. Select "Translation" > "Mandarin". Our audio translator will generate the Mandarin translation of your transcript within a minute.
  7. Click on "Export" and choose your preferred file format. It’s that easy to get translate your Japanese audio to Mandarin.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does the Japanese to Mandarin audio translation work?

    Our automatic transcription software transcribes the Japanese audio and our audio translator will translate it into Mandarin.

  • How can I translate an audio file from Japanese to Mandarin?

    If you want to translate an audio recording from Japanese to Mandarin, you can use Happy Scribe's transcription and translation services. First, choose a transcription service to convert the Japanese audio to text. Once you have received the transcript, you can translate the transcript to Mandarin from the editor.

  • Why should I translate Japanese audio into written Mandarin?

    Translating your Japanese audio to text in Mandarin has multiple applications. For instance, if you are trying to learn the language, it might help you understand the text better. Another interesting application of translating audio files is that you can create closed captions and subtitles in other languages much faster.

  • Is there any app that can translate Japanese speech to Mandarin?

    There are plenty of free iPhone and Android apps that can translate Japanese speech into Mandarin. However, live audio translation might lack precision. Even though we don't offer live speech translation, if you are looking for an affordable, accurate, and fast Japanese to Mandarin audio translator, Happy Scribe is the best alternative.

Supported Languages

Below is the list of popular languages we support for translation.

Customer Reviews

Trustpilot
Rated Excellent 4.8/5 based on 450+ reviews
  • For translators and subtitlists looking…
    For translators and subtitlists looking for a way to PLC That first step of Generating a decently SRT file synced with natural breaks and real sentences (capitalization and punctuation), this is miles beyond YouTube and other services!
    Brad Hodges - Trustpilot
  • This makes my life so much easier!
    This makes my life so much Easier !! nice and quick, and aussi does the translation from one language to speaking Reviews another language writing. Awesome!
    James and Evelyn Official - Trustpilot
  • Great service with an intuitive design…
    Great design with an intuitive services packed with translation and exporting features I PARTICULARLY Like the top-up based pricing system meaning you only pay for what you need.
    ricky - Trustpilot
  • Great transcription tool if you work in multiple languages
    I use HappyScribe icts for subtitling tool (one of the best if not THE best - fast, easy to hardcode subs, and cheap) and for translations. Great accuracy, lots of languages ​​available, and a new tool to translate audio transcribed.
    Rob D. - Carpeterra